ASTANA, Kazakhstan, October 3. The Russian airline Aeroflot is resuming direct regular flights from Moscow to Shymkent (Kazakhstan), Trend reports.
Flights will be operated once a week, starting November 3, on Airbus A320 aircraft.
The departure of flight SU1950 from Moscow is scheduled on Fridays, the return flight SU1951 from Shymkent is scheduled on Saturdays.
According to the airline, tickets went on sale today.
Shymkent is the third most populated city in the Republic of Kazakhstan, the largest industrial, commercial and cultural center of the country. It will become the sixth point in Kazakhstan to which Aeroflot flies from Moscow.
The airline operates its own flights from Sheremetyevo Airport to Astana, Aktau, Atyrau, Almaty and Karaganda.
Aeroflot is the largest Russian airline. The Group of the same name also includes Rossiya and Pobeda airlines. Aeroflot Group is the undisputed leader of Russian civil aviation. In 2022, Aeroflot carried 20.5 million people, and including Aeroflot Group airlines - 40.7 million.